from Ashita, Japan
March 21, 1950 (age 70)
Tiger Okoshi is a versatile trumpeter who has played both fusion and fairly straight-ahead jazz. A resident of the U.S. since 1972, Okoshi first gained attention playing with Gary Burton; he also had a stint with George Russell's Living Time Orchestra in the early '90s and recorded with Bob Moses. Okoshi has recorded regularly as a leader for JVC, including an unusual Louis Armstrong tribute album, Echoes of a Note, on which he drastically modernized some Dixieland standards. Color of Soil followed in 1998. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
Tiger Okoshi (of Tiger's Baku) playing with Jazz Fusion Band UZEB
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Tiger Okoshi - Basically Blues
Tiger Okoshi Quintet "My Favorite Things"
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